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educator , physician

Kuo-Pang Hsu, Chinese physician, educator. Diplomate American Board Ob-Gyn, subordinate-board Gynec. Oncology. Decorated Loyalty, Distinguished Service and Academy Achievement decoration (Republic ofChina); grantee, National Cancer Institute/National Institutes of Health, Richard Moulin Memorial Fund, Old Westbury, New York, National Security Council, Republic of China, Dao's Cancer Fund, Republic of China, others.


Hsu, Kuo-Pang was born on January 28, 1935 in Taiwan. Son of Kung-Yuan and Kwei-In (Wu) Hsu.


Doctor of Medicine, National Defense Medical Center, Taipei, Taiwan, 1960. Doctor of Science, State University of New York, Stony Brook, 1970.


Intern Veterans General Hosp, Taipei, 1959-1960. Resident, chief resident Tri-Svc. General Hospital, 1960-1965, attending physician, 1965-1971, chief gynecology service, 1972-1981, chief cancer research laboratory, 1977-1981.

From assistant professor to professor National Defense Medical Center, since 1972. Chief department obstetrics-gynecology Central Clinic, since 1973. Oncology fellow State University of New York, Stony Brook, 1967-1970.

Visiting professor University California, Irvine, 1983-1984. Visiting scientist National Cancer Institute, Bethesda, Maryland, 1977, University California, San Diego, 1977. Consultant Tri-Svc. General Hospital, since 1981.


  • Diplomate American Board Ob-Gyn, subordinate-board Gynec.


Served to major Medical Corps. Fellow International College Surgeons, European Society Gynecological Oncology, International Union Against Cancer. Member American Association for the Advancement of Science, Chinese Medical Association, Formosan Medical Association, Association Ob-Gyn of Republic of China, American Society Clinical Oncology, New York Academy of Sciences, Japanese Cancer Association, International Gynecological Cancer Society, Rotary Club of Taipei.


  • Other Interests

    Golf, music.


Children from a previous marriage. Children: Martha, Lawrence, Gloria. Married Carolyn Tai-Fan Yee, February 7, 1998.

Kung-Yuan Hsu

Kwei-In (Wu) Hsu

Carolyn Tai-Fan Yee

Martha Hsu

Lawrence Hsu

Gloria Hsu